Sunday Roast in Manchester
It's cold outside, you've had a long week at work, and you're possibly, most likely, hungover from last night...we understand if all you want from your Sunday is a chilled out, relaxed day in a Manchester pub with a tasty Sunday Roast alongside a couple of glasses of wine or a few beers. Manchester has some amazing pubs and restaurant bars: the traditional, quirky, cosy and contemporary; all different but all capable of providing the perfect Sunday Roast. If you want to find out where to get the best Sunday Roast in Manchester then read our list of the recommended pubs.
Last updated on 14th June 2017
While a humble eatery in the heart of the city, Banyan refuse to slow down when it comes to some of the best roast led plates in Manchester. Hunker down in the cool and modern restaurant for lashings of gravy and hearty British cuts.
Serving Sunday Roasts on, y'know Sundays, Gorilla gives you an amazing choice of roast beef, chicken, pork or their veggie roast (complete with veggie gravy, mmm). Every plate comes with all the trimmings including crisp roast potatoes, seasonal vegetables, yorkshire puddings and gravy galore!
Classic, refined and hearty, Dukes 92 is your upmarket alternative for a Sunday roast in Manchester. Brimming with clever recipe mixes alongside British favourites, grab a roast here but stick around for the beer garden and premium gin collection.
Looking for a fancy Sunday lunch in Manchester? Then look no farther than James Martin. One of the most upmarket restaurants in the city, James Martin refuse to shake the humble roast, giving you the best in cuts and vegetables with all the trimmings.
Spinningfields is home to many a restaurant, but not all of them can pull of a roast dinner quite like The Refinery. While their quirky yet luxe interiors are sure to catch your eye, don't miss out on hunking plates of potato, meat and vegetables.
From veggie nut roast to heart lamb cuts, it may be all brunch and burgers in the week, but Trof is a Northern Quarter name churning out some top Sunday roast dinners in Manchester come the weekend. Join them for mounds of flavour and British bite.
Hailed as one of the best places to get all out British grub, it's no wonder that Rosylee is coming up trumps when it comes to a Sunday roast in Manchester. Expect a roster of high-end seasonal vegetables against sensibly sourced meats and piled high plates.
A roast dinner in Manchester with finesse and pub charm? Get the best of both worlds at the Albert Square Chop House. Not only humble when it comes to their classic pub interiors, food laced with thyme and rosemary wail through the restaurant come Sundays.
Known for their unbridled approach to British pub dining in Manchester, the Chop House clan is here to quell any and all needs for a Sunday roast in the city thanks to their infused potatoes, enriched meats and gallons of gravy.
Hailed as one of the best, casual roast dinners in Manchester, Electrik are giving this timeless classic the respect it deserves. Boasting the best cuts with only the finest of trimmings, join them for a roster of piled-high plates that will keep you topped up all day long.
With a stunning Sunday menu, you fellow diners are given a choice of other Sunday specials whilst you gorge on your meaty roast, or veggie option! With a great atmosphere and friendly and welcoming clientele, The Metropolitan is one of the best pubs in Manchester to grab a Sunday Roast and drink at any point in your day!
The Parlour's Sunday lunch menu provides a great Sunday dinner. Try something a little bit sophisticated before your roast thanks to their roster of sides, then move onto the main which offers a plethora of meats and nut roast for vegetarians. Voted the best Sunday dinner by The Observer, The Parlour is definitely a worthwhile destination.
Patrons of meat in Manchester, if you're going to get a high-end roast dinner in the city, it's sure to be here. Not only renowned for their bold meaty blocks and high-end carvings, Hawksmoor churn out an indulgent roster of vegetables and gravy styles combined.
Freshly spruced up after an extensive refurb and now serving up roast dinners, Oddest Bar has become a serious Sunday destination! This wonderfully weird restaurant bar makes a nice change to the usual stuffy pub, and serves up big portions of seasonal grub. Hang out under the tented ceiling, wonder at the weird bits and bobs around and get stuck into your meat and two veg!